The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1933
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BLYTHEVOLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , NOVEMBER 10, 1933 They Held Spotlight in'Golden Age".of 1926 Entertains Crib. Mrs. H. A. Smilh was hostess to the Mid-Weok Bridge club Thursday for luncheon and a bridge game. Besides the members, Mrs. McVlckers, of Campbell, Mo., houss- guest oi Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway, Mrs. Dix of Cincinnati, who is vis- liing Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy, and Mrs. H. H. Houchins were present. In the card games Mrs. Usrcy won tire club prize and Mrs. Dix the guest award, Mr. and Sirs- M- T. Moon Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. M, T. Moon enter-. lained with a buffet dinner party last evening in special compliment to Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Lowe who were celebrating their sixth wedding anniversary, Dr. P. D Smith, because it was his birthday and Mrs. Latimer, who plans to return soon to her home in Angus ta. Ga., following on extended vlsi with her son. the Rev. E. K. LatI mer, and family. Autumn flowers formed the cen terpiece for the dining room tabl arranged for the menu, served 1 buffet style in which the Thanks giving motif predominated. After dinner rummy and pile were played. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. V. C Holland, Dr. and Mrs. . F. D Smith; Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Wash burn, Mr. and -.Mrs. James Cecil Lowe, Mr., and Mrs. George W. Barharii, Mr. and Mrs. E. it. Terry, Mr! and Mrs. M H. Cameron, the Rev. E. K. Latimer and his mother. J. Norris Moon, Joan and Juanlta Wtlmer and Jlmmlc Lowell. • • • Have Banco Party. Mrs.' M. H. Cameron ami Mrs. J. D. Smith entertained 20 friends; with a bunco party Thursday afternoon at the Cameron home. In. the games Mrs. R. M. Ellis won the first prize, n vase. Mrs. R. L. Dedman also won a vase for low'score ami Mrs. J. A. Puckelt's gift for the traveling prize was a fii/s oj Neics Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McDonald of New Boslon, 111, have nirived hcra to make their home. Mr. McUonnUl Is in charge cf the construction •ork (or the Matthews Construe-' Ion company between Blyihevlllc nri Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCulchcn nd Howard. proclpr. are, .spending oday In Baiesvlllc, Ark.' Mrs. J. Nick Ttamus.nml.. Mrs. J. C. Noah, of Mejivphls and Niish- vllle, Tenn., will leave tomorrow morning for Chicago. They will be guests or" Mrs. Noah's sister, Mrs. Soy Cox, Mrs. Thomas remaining for a month and Mrs. Noah will spend about Iwo weeks before go- Ing lo Nashville. The n=v. E. K. Lallmer n]ient' yesterday In Jonesboro where he attended the annual district conference of the Woman's Missionary s'oclcty of the Christian church. Dr. nnd Mrs. W. S. McCall. formerly of here and now of St. Louis, will airlve tonight to vjsjl relatives nnd friends ovej- th,e : ,veck2nd. George Johns Is attending lo business In Marked TreVimd t/?l»nlo leday. Mr. and Mrs. Huberl Palter and daughter, Elnlne Anderson, have taken a Simon apartment. Mrs. Cicorga Johns and daughter, Margaret, will spend the weekend In Memphis. Mrs. Oeorgc Thomas, late of New Orleans, Is the guest of Mr. am Mrs. J, Nick Thomas and family enroute to St. Louis where she wl make her home. She plans to leav Monday. Mrs. N. P. Knight hns returne Beauty Winner Japanese crumb set. Sweet potato pic, coffee was served. candles and Clab'Meeting Postponed. The meeting of the Elude Music club, scheduled for this afternoon was postponed until next Friday afternoon when Winifred Crawford will be hostess. - from a visit In Allnnta, an., where she was the guest ot Mr. and Mn Frank Knight Jr.. and family, an al Knoxvlllo, Tenn., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Mercer West and family. Jake Huffman attended lo business in Hughes and Forrest City yesterday. . . Mrs. John D. Dell, of Eeiis'a- ?ola, F!a, left leday for hot 1 home tollowlns a visit willy Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Hall. 9*: Bell, who >>rid been In Chlcnjo,. cnme for her. ' f Osceola Society — Personal fvnm i in- o.-m r-;,isi all Hie way in tlnllywnnil lei iiinke her mine. ' wnn ;i j-ptcui lenity cuntosL mil n<w silii-'x workliiR in lier first iiictnic, "Illoni t'olson." Smith visited .indciy. 'Steele* . Society — Personal U. D. C. Jlcets. The local U. D. C. chapter me! Thursday.-.-afternoon nt the' home Barksdale' ap.'d" Mrs'. Eugene Dickinson' also hostesses. A guest war Mrs. John-D. Bell, of Pensacola Pie., houscgueat of Mr. and Mrs C. H. Hall. Mrs. Baker Wilson was a new Holmes-Garner membjr. following her presentation Miss Blanche of her certificate of memtershlp. Donnis Holmes Mrs. J. \v. B3der announced Hint s total ot 193 bwks had been placed in libraries o! Ihe county with 132 of these having the U. D. C book plates on them. Mrs. G. S. Barnes and Mrs. C. H. Hnll gave reports ol finance committees. A report of the reccnl stale convention \vas given by -Mrs. M. PitK- siminDiis who lold or the gift o' SIM from _ the division lor Ihe boulder fund and of the two firs! prizes, lor Ihe best scrap book am ; for the most new members ihlr year, uhich were won by the locn lvler community. g roll p -vith his father. It wns voted that In the fulurc the y. D. c. will make all cc-nlri butions and solicitations of prize for benefit parties among die mem bership only. A vote cf appreciation was silsf made to the local Dolphiair Fin Arts club for their invitation to en tcrtain the state convention mam bers with a tea when the grou meets here next yar and lo th William Slrong chapter of the D A. R. for its offer to cooperate i the building .of the boulders. Mrs. w. T. Obefst. recorder , crosses, presented John Thompso . and Rufus R. Bishop, two coun veterans of the war between th states, to Mrs. James B. Clark, chapter president, who awarded them the cresses of honor. -This •was followed with the singing of "Dixie" ond "Maryland. My Maryland" as the general convention will meet in Baltimore soon. A letter from the' general president, taken from the Atlanta Journal, was read by Mrs. B. R, Alien. A memorial was 'given to David O. Dodd. Arkansas boy 'nero. Garner and Mr were united li marriage Tuesday evening at tin home of the bride's parents. Mi ind Mrs. T. S. Garner of Cotton cod Point. The Rev. Cecil Mead ws, Baptist pastor at Ccotcr. per ormcd Ihe single ring ccromoiv liclr attendants were Elmo an llss Missouri Garner. Miss Nell oslon and Guy Azbill. Mrs. Holmes is a graduate c ootcr hifh school nnd Inter n ended the state teachers colleg I Cape Girardeau. She taught fo time nt the Tyler school. M lolmes is a leading citizen of tt Tyler community, where lie farms uchainuih- Burton The marriage of Miss Thelma Burton to Mr. Johnson Buchnn- nah, i«rformcd In the study of the Rev. P. Q. Rorlc. Methodist -jastor at Blythevlllc, last Sunday. came (is a surprise lo their friends here. Mrs. Buchannah Is the [laughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. B'.nton I r lends at . Swift Frank Ailaiiif.'of Pnragould vis- ed fricndsr-hefc Monday. Mr. ajiif Mrs. Gerald Hoadman e- Vhe parents ot «• daughter, i6hi last week at their home In ooler, * frank Harper, Elbcrt Luwhon, nd the Misses Eunice Gulhrle nil Uuth Lawhoii spent Sunday I Lake City with Mrs. A. J. julhrie and daughter Irene. Mrs. T. S, Cooper Is much hn- iroved after being seriously H rtth pneumonia. ' Kalp.n Capns spent last -.week ind with''his parents ill Boone•Ille. - - • • • Miss Ruby Ashley, who has been pending her vacation with her i.irents at Joiner, Ark., returned icre Sunday to resume her work as English teacher nt the Steele ilgh school. Hazel Jo and-Mnrlie Rutledge, Sixty members attended tho meeting of the Parent-Teacher association Wednesday afternoon and fifteen enrolled for the study course In child development being taught Ijy Mrs. George Deere. The study cessions nre held ,a.n hour before the regular P. T. A. meeting on the second Wednesday of each month and are oixm to all P. T. A. members. A talk on fundamentals In education by Mrs. H. M. Rheubush was an outstanding number on the program which also Included u talk on general school work by Superintendent George Deere. Mrs. 8. M. Hodges read' the president's message and Mrs. Charles Rose contributed .a piano solo to the program, The month's prizes for mother- nttcndance were awarded the third grade In the grade school and the reshman class In Ihe high school. Eleven new members enrolled, Increasing the total enrollment 'to eighty-eight members. The group voted to spend $15 for books for the high school library. * * • Three Osccola womcns missionary societies are engaged In preparation lor observance of annual weeks of prayer. The Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary will hold morning prayer services at D o'clock each morning for the first five days of next week beginning Monday morning with a service nt the home of Mrs. A. W. Bowen. The Methodist Woman's Missionary society wilt combine a week's services In one all day session to be held at the church next Wednesday. Mrs. W. L. Scgars is In charge "The Golden Age" ot 1926. to whose price levels we seek to return. . . . Prices nnd skirt;, CD were Budolnh ' Valentino. "The Sheik," (9) was a major event. . . . Mrs. Aimce Semple's high-plHd red ha as she returned from a melodramatic kidnaping (2) and Queen Marie of Rumania barnstormed the dapper Mayor Jimmy Walker (S). higher then, and the death of. ir began lo grace news pages country, greeted in New York by TD-PIKES mnt was offering funds to carry over 4,000,000 bales of cotton, and was iurging- a cut of at least one- third In acreage. The "farm bloc" wns active in Congress, shouting for relief. But, when Congress" turned down the JHnueen bill, which- would have i spent, $175,000,000 to raise farm •prices, Senator Robinson warned of •'widespread distress and threatened bankruptcy in liie agricultural sections of the middle west and •'Continued from Page One) i west 1 .' couldn't or wouldn't work, prnctl-l Farmers Were Unhappy cally everybody had a Jon. The Bu- ' ^ vou see tn at even nt the price reau of Labor Statistics indicated | i evc | s 0[ 192 e the farmers weren't that factory employment was 92 !llappy Anrt wlleat was S i.ig al tho per cent, as compared with 100 In • fal : m .^ t he year closed, having Is U..S:. : Envoy; itllc daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dnlo Rutlcdgc, have returned from Cape Girardcait where they under- went'tonsil operations. They are Improving. of'<the day's program. Members of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union at their meeting Monday lookup the study of "Chris! In the world" by Ruth Carver Gardner in preparation for observance of the week of prayer early In December. The study will b: conducted by Mrs. I. S. Burton at meetings held each Monday afternoon. The Rav. E. L. Cole, pastor of the First Baptist church, as a specially invited guest, conducted the lesson on "The Missionary's Rewari" at:Monday's meeting of the Presbyterian Auxiliary- which wns held at the home of Mrs. D. S. Limey, and Mrs. G. B. Segraves was leader of the lesson on Christian principals of making and using money which occupied members of the Methodist society with Mrs. c. M. Harwell, Mrs. W. B. Flannlgan and Mrs. W. L. Segars taking parts on the program. * * * Mrs. George Cone,'Mrs. George hovered around Sl.50 at Chicago nearly all that year. But the programs under which Ihu Aifterican taxpayer was to pour two billions of dollars in tlie farmers' laps, with no end in sight today, still were being rejected firmly by Congress back in 1926. It was more concerned about the Vare election scandals In Pennsylvania and the fact that most of our European debtors were just arranging lo pay up on a revised scale. "Do It We Will" Labor in gehcral was laboring though there was a long and bitter strike in (lie anthracite fields and lur, cloak, and subway strikes lii New" York. The allies were pull- But even then some people were ing out of the Rhinclnnd, the L3- not well ofl. Tiie federal govern-i carno treaties were going into ef- — j feet, and Mabel Walker Wille- will meet Tuesdav alterncon at the 1 "randt assured us that prohibitloi .... onfr\r/>r>moiir ii-a<: opir.intr Knhfrtr nl 1023. The Iron and sleel industries were operating at 80-85 per tent of capacity, and the auto industry was' making all the cars it could. Viewed Bole With Horror America in 1826 was looking with uneasy horror at Britain, where just under a million people were •'on the dole." Our treasury was in great shape. The public debt, hiked to around 28 billions during the war. had been cut lo 19. The treasury surplus for 1926 was nearly 400 millions above expenses, and tax reduction and tax rebates were the order of li'.e day. The gooso hung high. But even then some people were Spain's Unfavorable Trade Balance High MADRID (UP)—Spain's unfavorable trade balance for the first eight months.of 1933 totaled 91,600,000 gold pesetas,. according w statistics compiled by the ' Minis-• try of Finance. Imports for August,. .1933, totaled G4.600.000 and exports 42,400,000, while total Imports- for Ihe first eight months of the year aggregated 530,800,000 and exports 436,200,000 gold pesetas. the the most' Slecle popular you user and cue of members of set. She is a^memb.T nf the junior class at Steele high school. Mr. Buchnnnah is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Buchnnnah. who recently came to Steeie from Mississippi. He is a brother of Mrs. Fate 'Frnme ot Steele. He Is employed by the Slccle Auto Sales company. Cnrroll nnd Homo Campbell and Connid Rldlnus spent Wednesday In Memphis. Elmer Lane, who hns been suffering from minor Injuries recclv- cc' In an automobile accident. Is reported much worse. Others In th» accident were Mrs. Lena Bernard, who received a broken hip and several broken ribs. Mrs. Robert Flowers, .who broke a collar bone, nnd Mr. Flowers, who i celvcd minor injuries. Postmaster R. R. Marshall. M. Brooks, nnd F. E. Frnkes. attended to business in Cupc Girar- dcau Monday. Mrs. George Tirsley and daufih- ler. Mnrjorle Lynn, of Joiner, Ark. will arrive Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs. TJnsley'S' sister, Mrs. L. C. Spencer. Mrs. J. ft. Morgan and Miss Evelyn Blggnrt slumped in Memphis Thursday. 'Ekron News Notes - Harvey Tlnrgctl Ins moved to Ekron. Henry 2. Smith hns returned t' , - his home at Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan will make j The singing school closed f'ri- |dny with n short program. Little Tholma Reed has scarlet Dcere. Miss Aline Word and Mrs. Hayes Gowen were voted to membership in Ihe Osceola Womens Progressive club at Tuesday's meeting, and plans vrere mndQ for the Osc?- oia group's" participation in Ihe benefit luncheon to be given by Hie county federation of clubs .at the Blylhcville Womens Club house on November 16. Mrs. j. B. Dunn made an imrr- estlng talk on "Leisure Time." Mrs. C. M. Harwell talked on "The Choice of Friends" and Mrs. G. D. Scsraves on "Community Projects in Training for Leisure Times." Musical numbers included piano selections by Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. E. S. Driver. Hostesses for the nlternoon were Mesdames \V. J. Driver sr.. W. J. Driver jr.. 13. w. Bragg. A. G. Brlckcy. Hugh Craig ind Stanley Carpenter. * r-- « Madeline Ellen Edrlngton ^i!! iir hostess Saturday afternoon to ihe members of the Junior Ontlmirt club. • * • The literary department of '.he Osceola Woniiiis Progressive club ho:[iD of Mr*. J. W. EdMngton. Bill Shanks and Miss Pauline Polls, both of Liivora. were married here. Magistrate G. L Waddell said the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Garner Robbins and their baby visited in Shannon, Miss., early this week, with their parents. Mrs. J. W. Cartwrighl sr.. Mrs. J. W. Cartwrlght jr.. ni.d Mrs. Charles Colemnn' were Memphis visitors Thursday. enforcement was gelling better the. time. Lots of those things are gone (or over. But tho price levels, the pleii ty of work, the treasury .surpluses the general well-being o! the nco pie—those are the things which th government is trying to bring bac as they were in 1926. And remem ber lhat President Rcoscvclt sau "Do it we will!" NEXT: How a professor who wa practical enough (o make his Tan pay fathered a. plan lor rcgulatin gold, money and prices. Argentina is building a national stadium with a capacity of 100.000 looking ahead to -the Olympic games of 1940. . : • . (CM llachr.ltu A cousin i'f llcniarrt Tlanicli. New York liuiim-iev. now rourc- sciils tin; Uuilcil Stales as minister to Bolivia. He-is Kay A. Des r Portes, slinwn nliovc in a recent jiorlntit Optn Hie nostrils, relieve irriution by • ling Menlholalum night and morning Colds that Hang On Don't let them get n , stvangle hold. Tight germs quickly'. .Creo- mulslon combines the 7 best.helps •nown to modern science. Power- iul but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your own 'druggist :s authorized to refund your monev ^m the spot if yo;ir cough or cold :s not relieved by Creomulsion. Adv. i G. G. Caudiil General Insurance 106 N. Froadway Phone 797 Gttidt- A Raw Milk Grade A Pasteurized Milk t'hone 74 CRAIG'S DAIRY their home in stecie. The hostesses lunch. . . . served a plate Binjo Party PUnned. The Senior High school P. T. T. is planning a Bingo party for The Mid-Wcek club and an ex- fever. tra table nf gnesl* were entertain- Mr. and MrSjUud Coraan of Por-•A at bunco \Vednesday n'ftcr- tasevllle. Mo'..>' ; are, visiting Frlix icon by Mrs. Muschcll Hamra. I Willie. They'will Vet urn to their High score prize '"for club mem- jhdnV next we'ek": •'••*' •'£ "Anniversary High - uers went to Mrs..R. Johnson, and Mrs. R. C. Steele jr.'. received r the low score prize.. Mrs. E. W. Me-! Car.n received .the high cues!' prize, and Mrs. Ida Howard held low score. Mrs. Hayes Smith wnn the bunco prize. November 28, to be held at the ' armory. * • » Attend Debutante Ball. Miss Carolyn Hall, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J.' T. Hail, who Is a ftuderil at the University of Mississippi. Oxford, was a guest al the debutante ball in Memphis Wednesday evening. Miss Half's escort was William Houston, Jr., and they were accompanied by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Houston, also ct Memphis. -..','. * • » Given Farewell Party. ••cMrs. •: Alfred'' 8. Harwell ' and daughter, Miss Helen, were given a .farewell'parly Wednesday evening by the primary Sunday \scljot>l *—"""- and officers of the ~'"~ ' Election q{ officois of thr mis- sloiiary society, scheduled for Monday, wns postponed until next Week because of the poor'.nllond- ance. - . !• .v., : '* Mrs. Lrona Bownen-or Arhadel- ahla. Ark., is here vlsi'.iui; her sls- ler. Mrs. W. C. Reid. Miss Mollie Lee Bates spcnl las', week end with frlcr.tis in Memphis. . Mrs. Atfner Ashcroft nnd the Misses Ruth and Rubye Tuckci visited friends In Hayti Tuesday evening. Mrs. It. Shainbcrg and ria-.iphtcr "•vv-l. accompanied by Mrs. Loul! Shainberg nnd Mrs. Abo Shain terg of Sikeston, spent lost week end with relatives in Memphis. D. L.. Potts and Miss Mab'u B»pt!*i,cljur{h. Thfl. Rev., and Mr*. ' H»rwe!l aftd' family' will inbve tor - Brownsville, -Term.,'Monday. of honor. . '.The' entertainment was poem' Delicious .- writing and .these were. Mad aloud served, before an Interesting assortment o ' presented the two cu;st FITS i-rce to Sufferers from Attacks An amaaltic trcdtrr.enl. wh:c> . ArValilj-Micer^fulinrrl^vira t>.-r.,i ij iy)proforat Co all sulTcrcrsJ. v H i *"* ' K.WrijrhlStrrrt. .Mit» -aukcc. W:i. Hire anil aiHrcwa ant he will srH a The four Ivindred nnd fiftieth ii-.nivcrsary of Martin Luther's ;lrth will be commemorated to- ,lgh; nt the Lutheran church :ith a lecture on "Luther's Life nd Work" by Ihe Rev. H. J. Kieindlenst, pastor of the church, "veryonc is invited to hear the ils's story of the great reformer vhich will bo told Hits evening beginning at- 7:30 o'clock. Oftrich nict Dldn'l Mailer CESTERV1LLE. S. D. iUP>— A :ien-that ate 57 varieties of scrap- lion, on the John Jrpp farm near here, proved eood eating despite Its diet. A eollcclion nf bolls mils, scrap Iron and other • mctn objects, was found In Its gizzard by Mrs. John Jepp, she reported. 666 »-:[rcsh:neius Unuld. Tablets, Salve, Noso Dropi Checks Malaria, in 3 days, Coldi first dny, HeaAidics or Neuralgia In 30 minutes. Fine LaxiUho and Tonic Most Speedy Remedies Known Everything Good to Eat Safurdity & SunrUiy Specials 3Sc & SOc Lunch und Dinner Chicken & Dreysini; Ituitst Li'K of L;inil> Home Baked Hum & I'olato^Salad I'ork. A'pplc SaiH'c Hoasl Hcef, lirnwn (Jravy Creamed Potatoes Asparagus Tips on Tiwsl Vegetable Saliiil 1'ic Drinks GEO. WRIGHT'S CAFE ' Try Our ColTcc liccf Smidvvich FREK with ouch j;lnss of lOc.liecr Salurdav Don't: Prolong The Agony! Next time you suffer from G,i9 on Stomach, Headache, Sour Stomach, a Cold, Muscular, Rheumatic, Sciatic or Periodic Pains; That Tired Feelinfi, That "Morning After" Feeling. Get a glass of water and drop in one or two tabl els of, Alka-Seltzer The iVeiu Pam-Jiclieuing, A\kt- lizing, Effervescent Tablet Watch it bubble up, then drink It. You will be amazed at the almost instant relief. It is called Alka-Scllzer because it makes a sparkling alkaline drink, nnd PS il contains an '| analgesic (Acctyl-Snlicylatc) it first relieves the (win of everyday ailments and then by rc- sloring the ;ilk;dinc balance corrects the cause when due to excess ncid. •, After trying niany brands of medicines—so-called rcilcf for gas. and al' ot them a failure, I g.ive .up hopes. By chance I tried Alka-Sellrer—I am more than satisfied. Gco. VlcmcsL Xcw York. N. Y. Get a glass at your drug store soda fountain. Take home a 30 cent or GO cent package. Welcome to Bfytheville I Paving and Sewer TAXES Kor 1333 arc now due and n. G. CAUDIU, Colleclor Office 106 N. . Broadway Next lo \>.v rnslnllirc This firm wishes to add its personal greetings,to those officially extended to visitors from other towns and cities who will attend the Armistice D a y celebration here tomorrow. We will strive to make this an occasion long to be remembered, and one which w i 11 further cement the bonds of friendship between the people of Northeast Arkansas a n d 'Southeast Missouri- Unique Cleaning Service "Raises the Standard"

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